WHAT MAKES US EPIC?

At the core of Epic’s success are talented, passionate people. Epic prides itself on creating a collaborative, welcoming, and creative environment. Whether it’s building award-winning games or crafting engine technology that enables others to make visually stunning interactive experiences, we’re always innovating.

Being Epic means being a part of a team that continually strives to do right by our community and users. We’re constantly innovating to raise the bar of engine and game development.

Information Technology

What We Do

Epic IT's mission is to build and support a technology platform where every person and every team at Epic can do their best work. We are driven to maximize productivity by leveraging our technology in innovative ways. You will be empowered to create and build IT services across our business.

What You'll Do

Epic is looking for an experienced DevOps engineer to work within our Art Pipeline team. In this role you will work closely with multiple sub teams to develop and maintain critical pipeline infrastructure and tooling needed for projects to be completed efficiently in a distributed production environment. In addition, you will help in the development and maintenance of our new generation pipeline that will serve a wide range of our asset production teams throughout the process of transferring and processing large quantities of data from various locations across the world.

The ideal candidate has a focus on delivering for users, is interested in various technologies and enjoys working as part of a larger distributed team.

In This Role You Will

  • Maintain a variety of services both in the cloud and on prem
  • Help maintain existing pipeline infrastructure
  • Write and maintain playbooks and user documentation for operational activities
  • Runbooks for identifying and recovering from operational issues
  • Provisioning new AWS infrastructure through infrastructure as code
  • Ansible playbooks for provisioning both Windows and Linux machines
  • Maintaining CI/CD systems and related tooling
  • Help in maintaining our custom build and package management tools

What We're Looking For

  • An experienced DevOps engineer who has brought up and maintained services using industry standard technologies
  • At least 3-5 years experience in DevOps, with some other experience in server admin or software/coding
  • AWS expert (identity, compute, storage, networking, database, etc.)
  • Experience in using infrastructure as code to manage AWS and GitHub services (Terraform, Ansible, Packer, etc.)
  • Experience with scripting Windows and Linux administration
  • Strong networking skills and experience in configuring, and debugging, networks (TCP/IP, DNS, Routing, tying that into AWS’s VPC)
  • Experience supporting CI and CD methodologies
  • Strong verbal and written English communication skills
  • Bonus: AWS certification(s), Docker, Kubernetes, Cloud monitoring/scheduling services, Python

ABOUT US

Epic Games spans across 19 countries with 55 studios and 4,500+ employees globally. For over 25 years, we’ve been making award-winning games and engine technology that empowers others to make visually stunning games and 3D content that bring environments to life like never before. Epic’s award-winning Unreal Engine technology not only provides game developers the ability to build high-fidelity, interactive experiences for PC, console, mobile, and VR, it is also a tool being embraced by content creators across a variety of industries such as media and entertainment, automotive, and architectural design. As we continue to build our Engine technology and develop remarkable games, we strive to build teams of world-class talent.

Like what you hear? Come be a part of something Epic!

Epic Games deeply values diverse teams and an inclusive work culture, and we are proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. Learn more about our Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy here.

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